Category: CCTV

The Benefits of CCTV in Reducing the Risk of Injury on the Food Production Line

Jul 17, 2019

In the food and drink industry there is a great deal of manual handling involved. Employers place a lot of focus on reducing the risks associated with lifting and moving large, bulky items. However, it is vital not to neglect the hidden hazards that lie within repetitive tasks, especially those common to workers on the food production line. (more…)

Brexit Stockpiling? Important Security Measures You MUST Consider.

Jun 05, 2019

If, like many UK businesses, you have been stockpiling imported goods in anticipation of a hard or uncertain Brexit, or you are thinking about it, then there is a great deal to consider. The logistics; the practicalities and the financial impact are a starting point, but have you also thought about the security and insurance aspects? (more…)

Smart Sensors – The Latest Way to Protect Your Home, and Your Family

Apr 12, 2019

Smart security is taking off in a big way, especially as so many homes now own a smart hub. Wireless door, window, motion and presence sensors allow homeowners to be alerted on a mobile device in the event of anything untoward occurring, as well as triggering useful events, such as the switching on of lights and heating ahead of arriving home. Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which smart sensors are being used to safeguard the homes of today. (more…)

Plug and Play Home Security: The Lowdown on Smart CCTV

Mar 07, 2019

The benefits of CCTV and intruder alarms cannot be over-sung. Not only do they act as a deterrent, they also offer considerable protection together with valuable evidence should a prosecution become necessary.

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Keeping Business Premises Secure During Shutdown

Nov 15, 2018

During evenings, weekends and seasonal closure, in other words when they are unoccupied, business premises are at a heightened risk of crime. Even the smallest of premises can be home to several thousands of pounds worth of goods and equipment, as well as confidential data.

Security measures for business premises should follow four main aims. The first is to make it more difficult for a crime to be committed; the second is to increase the risk of a criminal being caught; the third is to reduce the incentive to commit a crime, and the last is to cut any potential reward for the criminal. How to achieve these aims and prevent thieves from targeting business premises during periods of closure? Let’s take a look. (more…)

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